Looking At My Happiest Mistake

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I remember many of my mistakes as good ones, but none so great as the mistake of teenage parenthood. While my son comes with his mothers’ biology and chemical make up, bringing with it some of her problems and that of her brood, he’s the happiest mistake that I ever made. I say this because nothing in the world that has ever mattered, mattered as much to me as him. He’s somehow, someway, for his faults, got a bigger heart, a better…

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After spending 25 years in Law Enforcement and changing careers I am here to write about the things I see, things I know, and things I find curious. Be ready!

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Jason Morton

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After spending 25 years in Law Enforcement and changing careers I am here to write about the things I see, things I know, and things I find curious. Be ready!

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